If talking about beauty, culture, and nature, Pakistan plays an important role in the world for this. It is blessed with all the weathers, which is why it attracts tourists from all around the world. The province on Sindh is best known for its distinct culture and powerful history.

Let’s give you the best guide to Sindh. When in Sindh never miss the following places;



It is the final resting place of Muhammad Ali Jinnah who died in 1948, the founder of Pakistan. No doubt the pride of all Pakistanis. It is located in Karachi known as the city of lights. It was designed in the modern style in the 1960s and was completed in 1971. This mausoleum complex is also followed by some well-known personalities of Pakistan buried there.

2.RaniKot Fort:



It is also known as The Great Wall Of Sindh which is compared to The Great Wall Of China and is considered the largest fort in the world with a circumference of approximately 32 km. It is located in the city of Jamshoro. It is about 30 km away from Karachi. The fort was built in the first quarter of the 19th century. It holds a very great amount of history.

3.Shah Jahan Mosque:


This mosque is also known as the Jamia Masjid of Thatta, which is located in the city of Thatta. It was built in the 17th century, in the reign of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan who granted it to this city as a token of gratitude. This mosque is considered to have the most elaborate display of tile work in South Asia which is also notable for its geometric brickwork. It has a capacity of 600 worshippers at a time.

4.Clifton Beach:


It is also known as sea view, located on the Arabian Sea, stretches from Karachi to Ormara. This beach is not only popular in Karachi but in the whole of Pakistan. This beach is home to multiple local leisure activities such as buggy rides, camel rides, horse rides, plastic plane flying among others. It is open 24/7 for the general public. It is the best place for fun seekers and beach lovers to visit.



It is an archaeological site in the province of Sindh, built around 2500 BCE. The word Mohenjo-daro is said to signify “the mound of the dead”[historical fiction]. It is located in the city of Larkana, which is considered one of the largest settlements of the ancient Indus valley civilization and one of the world’s earliest cities. It was undiscovered until the 1920s.